Paperback by Juan R. Torruella
its importance in propelling the United States into the very center of the
world scene, the Spanish-American War is an event that has been largely
relegated to a back burner of United States national history. Why this is
so is not entirely clear because the conflict, and the circumstances within
which it developed and flourished, have current relevance. Given more attention
and review, the Spanish-American War may provide considerable insight into
the present state and conduct of the international affairs of the United
States. In fact, its study may very well shed light on what the future holds
A limited discussion of this topic appears in the Epilogue. Though it is not meant to be an exhaustive analysis of this complicated, and seemingly unfathomable subject, that last chapter should be kept well in mind, or even read first."
Juan R. Torruella, juez del Tribunal Apelativo de Primera Instancia en Boston.
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